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football and nba to tout obama care. without them, medical costs will sore. still more prove we need to let the clock run out on obama care before we take it. >> what you see is what you get. i am not an actress. >> paula don't endorsement deal gets fried but not everyone is dropping her like a hot potato. and her bock sales are sizzling. could it help her rise again? cashin' in starts cooking right now. hi, everybody. i am eric boling and welcome to cashin' in. wayne, and john and juan joining and keisha. welcome, everybody. the government confirming it is using nfl and other sports to promote health care and the playbook is to get healthy young americans and it will save the cost of sicker people. but the price may not be right for the young people. johnathon, young people said i don't want to do this. i rather pay the fine for not having health care than support the sick people and using health care. >> they are going to advertise for that eric. when a private company advertises a voluntary good it is promotion. but government does it that violates rights that is propaganda and obama's g
to be a killer. and the national football league said no to promoting obama care. now the white house is enlisting a new group of people to push the president's landmark health care law. is it in trouble? >>> thousands of libraries across the country suddenly morphing into recruiting centers for the obama administration. it is the next big phase of taxpayer funded health care. fox report. why an army of librarians is on the public front line of this regulation rollout. >>> also, chopper down. >> came in fast and low and smacked right into the water. >> in the same river where the world witnessed the miracle on the hudson, this time a sight-seeing helicopter hits the water. in minutes, the emergency that left no other option. >>> and freedom isn't free. neither are fireworks displays, where some joufourth of july celebrations will not go off, thanks to belt tightening. >>> first from fox, a key american partner in the middle east is experiencing anxiety as people are massing in the streets, carrying a message for the president of egypt. i am harris faulkner. tensions across that countr
to cover up what happened that night? voters re-elected barack obama, but they aren't giving him a pass on benghazi. a recent fox poll showed more than 7-10 american voters want congress to continue investigating. congress has. and so have we. we begin with peter boyer, who finds one piece of common ground between obama supporters and critics. both agree that to understand benghazi, you must go back a few years. >> any clear-eyed examination of this matter must begin with this sobering fact. benghazi joins a long list of tragedies for america. hostages taken in tehran in 1979, embassy and marine barracks bombed in 1983. saudi arabia in 1996. >> she essentially said to understand benghazi, you have to understand a series of terror attacks that had occurred before. is she right? >> she is certainly right in terms of understanding the ideology that fuels these attacks. >> andrew mccarthy, a former federal prosecutor who won a conviction of the blind shaikh that plotted to bomb new york city tunnels and landmarks in the 1990s. >> the motivating cause of the attacks, it is us against them. w
jazeera 's world news from joe hall. also ahead -- on his way to south africa, iraq obama starts the second leg of his african journey. hospital inide the pretoria. people are wondering whether barack obama will be able to see nelson mandela. >> bolivian children living with their parents in jail. the government says it is time for them to go. we begin in the united states where general james cartwright, once a second highest-rated officer in the u.s. military, is being investigated for leaking secret information about u.s. operations overseas. our broadcast partner nbc news says a general cartwright may have revealed details of a u.s. cyber attack on iran's nuclear facilities. generalcard white -- cartwright was head of the investigation called stuxnet during the obama and bush presidencies. >> one of the big questions about the stuxnet program is who gave the information to the new york times in 2012? now there comes were that someone at the very highest levels at the pentagon may have been responsible for the leak. in 2012, the new york times ran a story about a computer worm
. this is not the reform we asked for. >> the obama's arrive in south remainss nelson mandela in critical condition. yesterday they visited goree island. all of that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the senate has approved the long-awaited immigration reform bill that creates a path to citizenship for millions of undocumented immigrants while imposing unprecedented measures for new border security. 14 republicans join a united democratic caucus to pass the bill by a vote of 68 to 32 including an amendment that radically expands enforcement along u.s. mexico border, spending $46 billion to nearly double the number of border agents to 40,000, expand the use of drones, and construct around 700 miles of border fencing. the measure faces an uncertain fate in the house where speaker john boehner says he will not allow a vote without the majority support of republican members. we will have more on the immigration bill later in the broadcast. the latest disclosures from nsa documents leaked by edward snowden to the guardian show the u.
from washington. president obama gets a warm welcome in senegal, but these days it is trade, not aid that the country is after. the u.s. senate passes and landmark immigration bill but doesn't have any chance of become the law of the land. magicians have been entertaining the masses. tonight, we trace the history of those that keep us asking, how did they do that? welcome to our viewers on public television in america and also around the globe. president obama kicked off the first full day of his weeklong trip to africa and senegal. the president has visited the continent for only the second time since taking office. there are questions about why he waited so long to visit. >> president obama's arrival in senegal with his family marked the beginning of what is due to be a weeklong visit to africa. a chance to make amends after spending so little time on the continent with which he himself has family connections. ofplease welcome president senegal and his honorable barack obama, president of the united states of america. >> mr. obama making clear that he sees africa as a fast developi
france. u.s. president barack obama is in south africa for a state visit, but his trip is being overshadowed by nelson mandela's poor health. the two met in 2005. obama has called the anti- apartheid icon a personal hero. the 94-year-old has been in the hospital for more than three weeks fighting a lung infection. >> the helicopter that brought president obama flew past the hospital. but obama has said he will not visit the former president out of for his comfort and tranquility. crowds gathered along the route of obama's motorcade, eager to catch a glimpse of him. zuma and his wife were waiting to greet the obamas. werea and mandela bound by history, as the first black president of their hit -- countries. >> this country's historic transition to a free and democratic nation has been a personal inspiration to me. it continues to be. >> amid the sadness, opinion has been divided on whether obama should pay a visit to the country's more leader. >> obama should not visit nelson mandela. obama is the first black president in america and mandela was the first black president in south
will be watching that in the next day or so. president obama says he is not picking sides in the egyptian crisis, and that's not the only global hot spot keeping him on his toes. chief white house correspondent ed henry is with the president in tanzania. >> reporter: president obama dancing in tanzania as if he doesn't have a care in the world, when his for enpolicy is being test not far from here in the middle east, where he continues to be drawn into the growing pains of the government of mohammed morsi of the muslim brotherhood. >> the key is making sure they don't work through them in a violent fashion. our position has always been it is not our job to choose who egypt's leaders are, we do want to make sure all the voices are heard and it is done in a peaceful way. >> reporter: to syria where the slaughter topped 100,000, republicans see a policy adrift. >> it is a proxy war between the united states and iran, we are sitting by and watching all of this happen. we need american leadership. >> reporter: at a news conference, the president was pressed on egypt and whether it is time to cut off
tells the story of how president obama came to wield this power, how covert government forces carry out killings, and what these secret operations mean for our democracy. he's the best selling author of black waters, the rise of the world's most powerful mercenary army, twice won the coveted polk award for writing and reporting, and the national security correspondent for the nation magazine. he's a puff foundation writing fellow reporting from afghanistan, iraq, somalia, yemen, and the former yugoslavia. he's the screen writer and voice of the "dirty wars: the world is a battlefield" coming out in philadelphia on june 21st and in anticipation of the release, we'll run the trailer of the event right now. by "event" i mean movie. [laughter] >> i got a strange phone call. someone from the inside reaching out to me. someone close to the heart of the president's elite force. >> there's hundredings of covert operations. multiple causes it. the -- ♪ >> it's hard to say when this story began. >> greetings from kabul, afghanistan. >> this was to be the front line on the war on terror. >> what
. in a heat wave that's turned out to be a killer. and the national football league said no to promoting obama care. now the white house is enlisting a new group of people to push the president's landmark health care law. is it in trouble? >>> thousands of libraries across the country suddenly morphing into recruiting centers for the obama administration. it is the next big phase of taxpayer funded health care. fox report. why an army of librarians is on the public front line of this regulation rollout. >>> also, chopper down. >> came in fast and low and smacked right into the water. >> in the same river where the world witnessed the miracle on the hudson, this time a sight-seeing helicopter hits the water. in minutes, the emergency that left no other option. >>> and freedom isn't free. neither are fireworks displays, where some joufourth of july celebrations will not go off, thanks to belt tightening. >>> first from fox, a key american partner in the middle east is experiencing anxiety as people are massing in the streets, carrying a message for the president of egypt. i am harris faulkner. t
decides to punt on propoeting obama care. administration looking for high profile pitches. and the pros are not buying it. i am uma, we are live from the nation's capitol. america's news headquarters starts right now. >> and we begin with what is a dangerous heatwave that is gripping most of the western part of the nation. we are talking about triple digit temperatures and folks in death valley, california they are bracing for teches to hit 130 degrees today. that is close to a record set back 100 years ago. they are joining us live from santa monica, california where it is and cooler than death valley. dom nick? >> uma, people are taking to the ocean to coloff in santa monica beach. families are heading into the water. and marine hanging over the coast. it is 90 degrees in the city. and as you head further inland, it is going to get warmer and out in death valley, record of 134 degrees. and as you get in arizona and also nevada, we'll see really, really high attaches there. and las vegas going to touch 117 and 22 degrees shy of the record there. that will cause complications. they can'
obama's trip africa and his attempt to engage. his trip includes visit to senegal, south africa, and tanzania. there is concern u.s. interest in africa are being overshadowed by china. we will get a sense of what is being done, and then we will turn to a conversation with the former u.s. ambassador to south africa. nelson mandela became the blacky's first president. we are glad you joined us. are comingrsations up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminating hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> president obama wraps up his neck and official trip to africa tomorrow. the journey had lengthy of symbolic moments including a visit to the prison cell where nelson mandela was held for eight teen years. it also highlighted afr
. >>> the president returns to a major unexpected setback for obama care. >>> plus, flash floods out west, baseball's first no-hitter of the year and a fishtail complete with a 200-year-old fish. is that for real? >>> good morning. i'm mara schiavocampo. defiance in egypt as president mohammed morsi rejects his 48-hour ultimatum demanding he listen to protesters who want him out. in an emotional speech tuesday, morsi pledged to stay in office amid persistent protests. at least 23 were killed tuesday in cairo. nbc's yusef gamal aldin joins us with just hours left before that ultimatum expires, what do you expect will happen next? >> good morning, mara. it's been a very long day here in cairo and across the country. you mentioned the president's speech which is defiant to meet the deadline. you mentioned the deadline. the violence is close to cairo university. not far from our vantage point here. we're seeing more and more calls for the president to step down to engage with the opposition. also, we're seeing the rhetoric, mara, sharpen from both sides, from the incumbent president and his speech at m
a new book about obama versus the republicans. so thrilling, it's like nothing gets done on every page. the t.s.a. has dropped its plans to allow golf clubs on airplanes. great. now the putting green in first class s useless. this is the colbert report. captioning sponsored by comedy central [ cheers and applause ] >> stephen, stephen, stephen, stephen, stephen! >> stephen: welcome to the report. thank you so much. good to have you with us. all right. folks, thank you for coming. folks, the supreme court delivered a landmark ruling yesterday with far-reaching consequences for our privacy, our criminal justice system, and -- i'm sorry. there's just something a little more important i need to talk about. it's that new superman movie. [ cheers and applause ] i have not seen it. and do not like what i have not seen. folks, i have been warning you about the man of steel for two years now. about the way it's liberal indoctrination about hope and change and the scandal that the guy playing superman is english. excuse me, english. superman is an american from krypton. [ cheers and applause
seems increasingly prone to blowing its top. president obama, secretary of state kerry, and the rest of the american team i assume are giving this one all they've got. and that's hardball for now. thanks for being with us. have a safe and happy fourth of july. all in with chris hayes starts right now. [ speaking foreign language ] >>> good evening, from new york, i'm chris hayes. what you just heard is the moment today that egyptian security forces apparently rm soed the studios of al jazeera television in cairo during what is being called a military coup. millions have taken to the streets in celebration, and president morsi is reportedly under house arrest. we will go live to egypt in a moment. also, last night the president of bolivia was essentially stopped and frisked in the global effort to capture the nsa leaker edward snowden. today that is really not going over very well. new details about what went down in that extraordinary story. >>> plus, some day i would genuinely love to come before you and do a story about how the big banks are not scamming people any mo
and a one hour discussion between presidents obama and putin on syria turned out to be an 'em brarsment for the president. the call was for assad to step down and a condemn nation of assad after putin incestsisted obama white house claims. president obama's foreign policy looks increasingly muddled and confused particularly and most urgely on the issue of syria. on the eve of that summit the obama said i would be sending small arms to the rebels some of whom have dangerous ties to al qaeda but in an interview which was taped last sunday president obama denied his policy on syria had changed at all. with a penchant for the inconsistent, he warned about a deepernvolvement in the syri civil war. >> it is very easy to slip slide your way into deeper and ddeper commitment because if it's not working immediately, then what ends up happening is six months from now people say, well, you gave the heavy ar tilry and now what we need is x and now what we nned is y. because until assad is defeated in this view, it's never going to beenough, all ght? >> so for now the president ems content to offer
obama, but they aren't giving him a pass on benghazi. a recent fox poll showed more than 7-10 american voters want congress to continue investigating. congress has. and so have we. we begin with peter boyer, who finds one piece of common ground between obama supporters and critics. both agree that to understand benghazi, you must go back a few years. >> any clear-eyed examination of this matter must begin with this sobering fact. benghazi joins a long list of tragedies for america. hostages taken in tehran in 1979, embassy and marine barracks bombed in 1983. saudi arabia in 1996. >> she essentially said to understand benghazi, you have to understand a series of terror attacks that had occurred before. is she right? >> she is certainly right in terms of understanding the ideology that fuels these attacks. >> andrew mccarthy, a former federal prosecutor who won a conviction of the blind shaikh that plotted to bomb new york city tunnels and landmarks in the 1990s. >> the motivating cause of the attacks, it is us against them. we are the them. >> reporter: the difference between the obama
started. >>> president obama's first meeting every morning is with tom donilon, the national security adviser. donilon briefs president obama on his portfolio, which the president has said is literally the entire world. henry kissinger said he believed on this program that donilon fulfilled his job superbly. on friday he sat down with me for an exit interview. tom donilon, pleasure to have you on. >> thank you, fareed, good to see you. >> i've got to ask you first the news of the moment. >> okay. >> do you have assurances from the russian government that edward snowden is not going to be allowed to stay in russia and that he will have to go somewhere else? >> i'll say a few things about that. number one, the view of the united states and the position of the united states that we've been pursuing is that snowden should be returned to the united states. he is not -- he has a revoked passport, he's not traveling on valid papers and he should be returned to the united states because he's wanted here for a crime. we've been in discussions through law enforcement channels with the russian g
classified information on a cyberattack against iran. >>> president obama heads to south africa where the world is praying for an ailing nelson mandela. >>> corporate america has moved quickly in dropping paula deen, but her fans are saying not so fast. >>> plus, gwyneth paltrow's striptease moment. fingerprint technology coming to an iphone near you. and would you ride a motorcycle naked 20 miles for a $50 bet? it is friday and "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for friday, june 28th. >> good morning. i'm richard lui. today marks the end of the first week of the george zimmerman murder trial. it's been a whirlwind of dramatic, emotional and grueling testimony. danielle leigh is live outside the courthouse for us in sanford, florida. good day to you. >> reporter: richard, good morning. legal experts tell me the state has already called their main witnesses to the stand. most notably the teen on the phone with trayvon martin just minutes before he was shot. now they say the prosecution will likely begin attacking the accuracy of george zimmerman's own w
and his family and all of south africa. south first visit to africa's president, barack obama pays tribute to his personal hero. remains inandela critical condition in hospital. barack obama will visit his family members in the coming hour. ♪ >> welcome to the program live thedoha. president obama and jacob duma our meeting and we are live in pretoria. perot and anti-government protesters clashed in egypt. retired u.s. generals as allegations that he leaked confidential data to the media are preposterous. about 100 tour de france is about to get under way. we will have a preview. ♪ ♪ visiting obama is south africa for the first time as president. he has been talking to his counterpart, jacob duma. is a hugely symbolic but right now, it is the former president of south africa, nelson mandela, who is at the forefront of people's concerns. he is a hero to obama. both men were the first black presidents of their respective countries and both were awarded the nobel peace prize cree. >> the struggle here against inrtheid for freedom baltimore courage, this country's historic transition to
silence. in a statement released by wikileaks, he said the obama administration has adopted the strategy of using citizenship as a weapon. a oked my passport making me stateless person. a right that belongs to everybody is the right to seek asylum. snowden has applied for asylum in russia. vladimir putin has set conditions. >> after eight days, holed up in the transit zone moscow airport, the 30 yoth fast running out of options. applied for asylum from russia. there hasn't been a single sightingor snowden since he arrived. this news may fuel speculation and he may have left the airport and be inside russia. president putin made it clear moscow has had no intention of handing him over to the americans but said if he wants to remain in russia, one condition must be meant. he must stop his work aimed at harming our american partners, although it sounds very strange coming from me. he is not going to stop this activity, he these choose a country for himself and go to it. what will happen, i unfortunately do not know. if i knew, i would tell you. >> in washington, there will be real shock and
>>> president obama is changing the rules, boy is this complicated. . . geico's defensive driver,ke 13. good student and multi-policy discounts could save you hundreds of dollus. engineer: uh geico's discounts could save you hundreds of "doll-ars." it sounds like you're saying "dollus." dollus. engineeif you could accentuate the "r" sound of "dollars." are...are... are... engineer: are... arrrrrr. arrrrr. someone bring me an eye patch, i feel like a bloomin' pirate. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. honestly, i feel like i nailed that. >>> good evening, everyone. and welcome to the "kudlow report." i'm larry kudlow. we begin tonight with some breaking news. late today, the obama administration decided to delay a key requirement of the signature health care reform plan. let's get right to cnbc's own bertha coombs for all the details. good evening, bertha. >> talk about some prefourth of july fireworks. applauding the decision to delay penalties associated with the affordable care act employer mandate until 2015. the national retail
a new book about president obama called "the center holds." yeahh but the center holds but the edges are fraying like a son of a bitch. please welcome jonathan alter. [ cheers and applause ] going down, alter. >> you might be going down. stephen: i'm not going down. mitt romney went down because you and the liberal buddy brigade who are circling the wagons around your friend obama have nothing to defend anymore. we'll get to your failure of trust in this fraud of a man in just a moment. but first let's talk about your great new book. >> absolutely: yes, the center holds, obama and his enemies >> stephen: what do you mean the center holds? are you saying this guy is a centrist? >> i am actually stephen: he is not a centrist. a, he's a radical socialist. b, the center tends to be, you know, creamier. >> so this is the first ook out about the monumental presidential campaign of 2012. >> stephen: this is the 2012 election book. >> but more. the reason it's calleddthe center holds is is not just in tribute to w.b.h., you know, things fall apart, the center cannot hold, but because i do s
. he told me his strategy if his he falls from that high wire. president obama is scheduled to meet with the chairwoman of the african union. he met with family members of the former south african president president obama talked about the former leader while holding a news conference with current south african president jay cod zuma. >> by saying our thoughts and those of americans and people all around the world are with nelson mandela and his family and all of south africans. >> nbc's kristen welker is traveling with the president and is in johannesburg. president obama held a town hall today amid protests. what is president obama saying about his visit with nelson mandela's family. what are you hearing? >> well, richard, good afternoon to you. the president is calling that meeting a privilege. he sat down and spoke with two daughters of nelson mandela and eight grandchildren for about half an hour. he said he expressed his heart felt support for the entire family as they went through this incredibly difficult time. he also reaffirmed the importance of nelson mandela's legacy. th
. we'll start the show with an exclusive with tom donilon, president obama's national security adviser. today is his last day in office. he sat down with me for an exit interview. we talk about edward snowden, the nsa, russia, china, syria, iran, and reflections on his teen you are at the president's side. >>> then, 24 years ago andrew sullivan laid out the first major intellectual argument for same-sex marriage. the idea was controversial at the time. today it seems inevitable. we'll talk to him about this fascinating journey. >>> and the rhodes scholarship of the 21st century. that's what one of america's wealthiest men says he has just started. at yale, harvard, princeton, stanford? nope. stay tuned to find out where. >>> then africa, not one but two american presidents visited there this week. chinese president xi hit it on his first trip abroad. i will give you my views on the hottest continent. >>> but first here's my take. one who breaks an unjust law must do so openly, lovingly and with a willingness to accept the penalty. that was martin luther king jr.'s definition of civil d
the president try to cover up what happened that night. voters re-elected barack obama but they are not giving him a pass on benz. a recent benghazi. seven out of ten wanted congress to continue investigating. congress has and so have we. we begin with peter who finds one piece of common ground between supporters and critics. both agree to understand benghazi you must go back a few years. >> any clear examination of this matter must begin with this sobering fact. benghazi joins us a long list of tragedies for america hostages taken in tehran in 1979, barracks bombed in 1983. kobart tours in 1996. >> she essentially said to understand benghazi you have to understand a series of terror attacks that occurred before, is she right? >> she is right in terms of understanding the ideology that fuels these attacks. >> andrew mccarthy is a former federal prosecutor to won a conviction of the blind swhaik in 1990s. >> islamic supremacism is what is behind these attacks. >> the difference between obama administration and its critics the lesson it has heard through that history. >> through the 70s, 80s and
obama ends his africa trip, we look at the administration's outreach to the continent to bolster trade and investment and build on former president bush's efforts to combat aids. >> ifill: and jeffrey brown talks with the lead guitarist of the band phish, trey anastasio, about the art of the jam, and life as a music man. >> a lot of the people that come see us have been coming for 20, 30 years. as strange as it sounds, i have relationships with people who stand like ten rows back and dance. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> the william and flora hewlett foundation, working to solve social and environmental problems at home and around the world. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> ifill: egypt's political crisis deepened today as the military p
leaked top military information. >> you are watching al jazeera live from doha. outident obama rules fighting for whistle-blower edward snowden. three days of fighting in the libyan capital. carrying a fashion executive is found in venezuelan waters. we are learning this hour that a new alleged whistle-blower is said to be under investigation in the united states. according to reports, a former high-ranking u.s. general is being investigated for leaking and permission about a sniper attack on iran's nuclear program. the attack in 2010 used a computer virus stuxnet to disable 1000 centrifuges the enrichs were using to uranium. what more are you hearing and reading about this investigation? >> we are talking about the nbc news report and nbc news's are broadcasting partner, about the retired marine corps general james cartwright who used to be the no. 2 person on the joint chiefs of staff from 2007 until 2011, basically the no. 2 in the u.s. military. he was instrumental in the development of the program known as stuxnet, which was designed to interrupt the operation of more than 1000
from washington. world news america" reporting from washington. president obama says that he is not looking for a photo with nelson mandela. one american is reported killed in egypt. war photography, does it reveal the horror or desensitize us to it? welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and around the globe. president obama has arrived in south africa saying he is not looking for a photo with the ailing nelson mandela. he tested down a few hours ago on the second stop of his weeklong tour of the continent. it has been overshadowed by concerns about mr. mandela's health. earlier, mr. mandela's former wife spoke to reporters outside of the hospital where he is .eing treated >> i am not here to answer any medical questions, i am not a dog her. .- i am not a doctor he is still on well. a shortore, i spoke time ago to our reporter in soweto. to what extent has the visit overshadowed by the concerns about nelson mandela's health? >> quite significantly. i have the opportunity to cover president obama's visit four years ago. there was crowds everywhere, which is of the president
million jobs in four years. the obama campaign said they could do it. this is what you would have to do to do that. you would have to have 250,000 jobs per month over the next four months. you can see we're not there yet. you had advised john mccain to ask you to do this right now. if you were going to advise president obama how to create jobs, how to make that promise by the end of his first term, what would you tell him to do? >> it's not sacrilege because he is our president and we want the country to succeed. the country is failing more than any time in the last 40 years. that's important because small businesses are most of the businesses right now, so when you have a small business on its back, that's a problem. >> so tell the president how to fix it. >> first we must lower our tax rates and vastly simplify the tax code. >> do you think the tax code right now favors the big companies who can have very well-paid multi-million-dollar tax accountants? >> absolutely. it works well for big labor, but it doesn't work for small business. when you have a 26-page tax code and loopholes, sm
obama spoke movingly about the anti-apartheid movement. .l jazeera live from london also coming up, to tales of one city. the president is about to mark a in egypt.fice struggling to give syrian children in a -- an education. the british prime minister touches down in afghanistan. not much to smile about, protests and brazil. barack obama has praised nelson mandela as his hero and an inspiration to the world. u.s. president held a private meeting with mandela's family, offering words of comfort. his host, jacob zuma, said both men were bound by history of the first black president of their countries. mike hanna is in johannesburg. not everyone was pleased to see him, barack obama. >> he had a mixed reception. he was greeted by a small number of protesters. opposed to the u.s. policies rather than the president himself necessarily. some i spoke to expressed disappointment at the limited nature of his visit. the u.s. president went straight to a university campus, straight into the building, where he held a meeting with a selected group of young african leaders. he did receive a rapt
. obama can't turn around like nixon and say, it's okay. if the president does it, if the president authorized it. >> president barack obama continues his tour of africa in tanzania. nelson mandela sent 18 years as a political prisoner. president obama partnering with african nations to increase electricity. president obama reflected on the speed of change. >> less than 50 years later, an african-american president might address an integrated audience, at south africa's oldest university. and that this same university would have conferred an honorary degree to a president, nelson mandela. would have seemed impossible. >> president obama and desmond tutu shared an emotional moment. tutu told the president, quote, welcome home. adding your success, is our success. your failure, whether you like it or not, is our failure. >>> after passing a major hurdle, the gang of 8 immigration bill faces a battle in the house of representatives. they will write their own piece of legislation. one endorsing stronger border security, while leaving out a pathway to citizenship. but ultimately, the fat
released by wikileaks, snowden writes, "the obama administration has now adopted the strategy of using citizenship as a weapon. without any judicial order the administration now seeks to stop me exercising a basic right, a right that belongs to everybody, the right to seek asylum." >> and now snowden is promising to reveal more secrets. in a letter to ecuador's leader snowden reportedly says he remains free to publish information that serves the public interest. and snowden is quoted as praising president rafael coria saying there are few world leaders who would risk standing for the human rights of an individual against the most powerful government on earth and the bravery of ecuador and its people is an example to the world." >> snowden may have a pretty strong motive to praise ecuador's leader. according to wikileaks, ecuador and russia are only two of a total of 21 countries that snowden has applied to seeking asylum. wikileaks says the asylum requests were hand-delivered to a russian consulate by someone representing snowden. well, for now the nsa leaker is in something of a state
? >> i'm not going to be scrambling jets to get a 29-year-old hacker. >> president obama dismissive of nsa leaker edward snowden who remains on the run, but some top administration officials say the leaker could cost american lives. >> people may die as a canadiens consequence of what this man did. >> we'll have a debate. >> i think the inspector general was not forthright. >> the inspector general has questions to answer now. >> now liberals are complaining that the irs put a target on their backs, too, even though the inspector general says that's simply not the case. we'll give you the facts. and senator rand paul will be here to opine about all the issues and scandals facing washington today. >> caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. hi. i'm laura ingraham in for bill o'reilly. we want to get strata to the drama unfolding in sanford, florida, where the prosecution's star witness in the george zimmerman murder trial wrapped up her spellbinding testimony. rachel jeantel is the 19-year-old friend on the phone with trayvon martin moments bef
of talks at the ga in belfast and a one-hour discussion between president obama and prudent turned out to be an embarrassment for the president. russian president and syrian ally of vladimir successfully blocked the final statement fron including a call for the syrian president assad to step down. and the putin vetoed a ntion condemnation of fox business after insistingsad after there is still no proof that syrian regime used chemical weaponsun against his own people as theed obama white house claims.obam president obama's foreign policy looks increasingly modeled andly confused, particularly and most urgently on the issue of syria. on the eve of that summit thehe obama administration made theat hawkish announcement that it would be sending small arms to the rebels, some of whom haveul dangerous ties to al qaeda. in the interview president obama denied his policy had changed all. sy and with a peculiar pension forl the inconsistent, he warned about the deeper involvement ine the syrian civil war. >> it is very easy to slip sliding away into deeper and a deeper commitments because if it
for joining us. there is great significance in president obama's trip to africa this week. the president is traveling through three african countries in his first major political trip to the continent. the focus, to develop the investment relationship between africa and the u.s. but the importance of this trip is about much more than economic development, the president's trip couldn't come at a more critical time given the health of nelson mandela, the man who is synonymous with south africa's troubles and triumphs. imprisoned, he emerged try unant and undaunted. he would cast hires first vote in 1994, the same year he became the first black president in history. it's an undeniable link they share as the first black presidents of their respective countries. it's not the only link. in a week affirmative action and voting rights saw setbacks from the supreme court mandela's importance as the figure who clearly links the struggles in africa with civil rights is abundantly clear, while he embraced gandy, informed by the civil rights movement in the u.s. one of the first pauses for us here in
very carefully. president obama spoke by telephone with egyptian president morsi, reiterating u.s. support for the egyptian people. >> we have not taken sides, we are not on any side. the president communicated that, the secretary communicated that, i don't think it could be any more clear. >> reporter: the state department rebutted reports u.s. officials urged president morsi to call early elections. pentagon officials have said nothing for fear it will look like they're giving a wink and nod to a coup. general martin dempsey, chairman of the joint chiefs, spoke to his egyptian counter part prior to egypt's military setting its 48 hour ultimatum to morsi yesterday. last night, egypt's military clarified what it meant. quote, the beliefs and culture of the armed forces do not allow pursuit of a coup policy. the military acts only with the will of the great egyptian people and their ambitions towards change and reform. the pentagon has continue to help the egyptian military since the fall of hosni mubarak, providing $1.3 billion of mostly m-1 abrams tanks, some f-16 fighter jets
. president obama is kind of stuck now because remember when hosni mubarak had to go. he had to go. >> an ally. >> our ally. the people of egypt wanted him out, the people have spoken. now that those same people want mohammed morsi out, he is what everyone thought here, he was going to be muslim brotherhood extremist, pushing more into muslim brotherhood dictator ship. now president obama, what's he going to do? he is the one that helped facilitate morsi, now he is stuck. what he needs to do, if he was with the people then, has to stay with the people now. get mubarak out. >> like egypt is like iran. >> i'm sorry, get morsi out. >> the green invest lugs. >> charles krauthammer pointed it out last night, another place where president obama stayed on the fence. >> now there's neutrality they're trying to navigate. i think there are a lot of muslims, a lot of americans do business with every day, also in the medical profession. there's a lot of ways to work together. one of those is something bob and i disagree on. students. the only way is to concern to have western nations educating younger mus
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